Sav saveriop wrote on For tech specs, you might also check http: Magnus Englund magnus-englund wrote on Nick npaulin wrote on How can I add my on-board sound device to this list?
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March 01, Nominated for Hardy by Klaas DC. Nick npaulin wrote on To do this go back to the terminal and type: Plans are to provide Linux support in a future release of RST.
Bug # “Low volume, No sound: Intel HDA J (ICH10)” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
This chipset appears to still be improperly supported, even in The device does not show in sound settings its as if it isnt installed when every command to verify is tells me it is. How can i find out what that name is? Neither support that raid controller. I just wanted to point out this page. I updated to ALSA 1.
JI (ICH10) Raid (aka matrix storage manager)
This is on 9. Quoting – lifeless Hi all, I’ve been looking around on the intel site for a few hours now, trying to find a technical specification for the matrix storage manager metadata fields in the latest ICH10R controllers.
My system uses the intel8x0 drivers ICH7, I have alsa installed but i still cannot get any sound at all to work. I tried ubuntu 11,debian 6,Fedora 16, linuxmint 12 archlinux etc,and all of them had low volume compared with windows7.
82801JI (ICH10) Raid (aka matrix storage manager)
Craig Keogh cskeogh wrote on You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. After that finishes try to play something and if you hear sound that linjx a good and bad thing. You need a quirk.
That’s always worked, but not on this new machine. Email Required, but never shown.
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